Goal-Free Living: How to Have the Life You Want NOW!
Praise for Goal Free Living
Setting goals may be fine. But letting your goals take control of your life can be devastating. Goal-Free Living shows you how to explore paths in your life you never knew existed and discover a more exciting, successful, and rewarding life--today!
"If you have only one goal this year, let it be this: Read Goal-Free Living!"
--Daniel H. Pink author, A Whole New Mind and Free Agent Nation
"Stephen Shapiro's approach will help readers achieve the best kind of happenstance: taking a stance to make things happen."
--Heath Row Contributing Editor and Community Director, Fast Company magazine
"I have a sense that reading this book may turn out to be one of the most important things I've done in a long time."
--Doug Busch Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Digital Health Group, Intel Corporation
"This is an engaging, creative approach to discovering inner wisdom and personal fulfillment."
--Michael J. Gelb author, How to Think Like Leonardo da Vinci and Discover Your Genius
"Reading Goal-Free Living is like jettisoning a hundred-pound pack. Suddenly, you're racing much faster and enjoying the breeze."
--Alan Weiss, PhD author, Million Dollar Consulting
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SECRET 2 Trust That You Are Never Lost
SECRET 3 Remember That Opportunity Knocks Often but Sometimes Softly
SECRET 4 Want What You Have
SECRET 5 Seek Out Adventure
SECRET 6 Become a People Magnet
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